Lōaded Vodka’s Guide to Making Your Own Infused Spirits

Lōaded Vodka’s Guide to Making Your Own Infused Spirits

January 16, 2017 0 Comments

Lōaded Vodka’s Guide to Making Your Own Infused Spirits

If you’ve never tried infused vodka, you’re seriously missing out. All it takes is a few ingredients, a couple minutes of prep and soon enough you’ll have some incredibly tasting vodka. These infusions go well with lemonade or soda water.

 

Mojito Infused Lōaded Vodka

Ingredients:

  • 1 quart size glass jar
  • 1 small bunch of fresh mint leaves, cleaned and dry small bunch of fresh stevia leaves, cleaned and dry
  • 1 lime peel
  • 1 lime sliced
  • ½ bottle of Lōaded Vodka
  • 1. Add herbs to jar and bruise with a long wooden spoon to release the some of their oils.
  • 2. Add limes and peels and cover the vodka.
  • 3. Store in the fridge and test the infusion every few days (up to two weeks). Once the flavors taste strong enough, you can strain the vodka into another bottle and store in the fridge.

 

Ginger-Lime Infused Lōaded Vodka


Ingredients:

  • 1 quart size glass jar
  • ½ cup crystallized ginger pieces
  • 2 lime peels
  • 2 limes sliced
  • ½ bottle of Lōaded Vodka
  • 1. Wash the limes and peel them using a vegetable peeler so you have long strips of peel. Cut the remaining limes into slices.
  • 2. Add the crystallized ginger to the mason jars.
  • 3. Place the sliced limes on top of the crystallized ginger, then arrange the lime peel on top. Pour in the vodka and screw the lid on.
  • 4. Store in the fridge and test the infusion every few days (up to two weeks). Once the flavors taste strong enough, you can strain the vodka into another bottle and store in the fridge.

Cucumber Basil Infused Lōaded Vodka


Ingredients:

  • 1 quart size glass jar
  • 2-3 leaves of fresh basil
  • Whole cucumber
  • ½ bottle of Loaded Vodka
  • 1. Cut up a whole cucumber and place inside jar.
  • 2. Add 2-3 leaves of fresh basil
  • 3. Pour in the vodka and screw the lid on.
  • 4. Store in the fridge and test the infusion every few days (up to two weeks). Once the flavors taste strong enough, you can strain the vodka into another bottle and store in the fridge.